Teleron offers a wide range of NBN broadband packages designed to suit anyone.
What services do Teleron offer?
Teleron is an NBN broadband provider that offers four different broadband packages based on data allowance. Each plan can be tailored to the customer, from download speed to bundled phone inclusions, so families that do not use the internet much will only have to pay for what they use while heavy users can opt for unlimited data plans with high download speeds.
How much do Teleron services cost?
Pricing for Teleron's NBN plans depends on which data package you opt for, with different variants based on the speed tier chosen. There are four data options, with Basic including 50GB each month, Regular offering 200GB, Heavy plans bundle in 500GB and Ultimate plans have unlimited data included.
Each speed tier is given a colour representation, with Standard equating to 12mbps, Silver meaning 25mbps, Gold jumping up to 50mbps and Platinum matching 100mbps.
The Basic plan on a standard speed starts at $40 a month, though an extra $9 will give you Silver (25mbps) speeds. Regular plans start at $45 a month for standard speeds, with Silver costing $54, Gold costing $64.50 and Platinum jumping up to $74.50.
Stepping up to the 500GB Heavy plan, pricing starts at $49.50 a month for 12mbps, with $10 price increase for each subsequent speed tier (up to $79.50 a month for 100mbps), while the Unlimited plans have the same price increases, starting at $60 a month for 12mbps and increasing to $90 a month for 100mbps.
In addition, Teleron offers home phone line bundles, with unlimited standard national calls adding $10 to your monthly bill, unlimited calls to Australian numbers (excluding mobiles) costing $15 a month, unlimited calls to all Australian numbers including mobiles adding $20 a month and $25 a month delivering unlimited calls to Australian numbers and selected international countries.
How fast is Teleron's NBN?
As with most NBN providers, the maximum speed of a connection is determined by the option picked within the package and the technology available. The cheapest option across all four packages is the 12mbps standard option. The most expensive choice will always be the 100Mbps Platinum option.
Pros and Cons
- Wide variety of choices. Teleron offers a range of data packages with affordable speed options within those packages. This allows the customer a more customised plan to suit their home or business.
- Unlimited international calls. Customers can opt for unlimited calls to a selected list of countries. If a desired country is not on the list then Teleron will try to set you up with an international call plan for your needs.
- Set up costs for one month plans are expensive. Activation and setup costs for 12 and 24-month contracts are only $48, but for a month-to-month plan the cost increases to $148, making the 12 and 24 month options the only valuable choices.
- Extra charge for development area. If you live in a development area, you will be charged an extra $300 delivery fee.
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